Reorganized and under the supervision of a new board, the Harvard Critic will appear today at all local news stands. Forty pages in length and with many different articles, the publication will sell for only fifteen cents.
An opening editorial in the number written by George L. Haskins '35, presents the ideals of the new board. This is followed by John A. Strauss' '36 "Education and the Flesh," an over-hauling of "traditional academic education." This article is attacked by Alston Chase, instructor in Greek and Latin, from the point of view of a teacher in "The World and the Faculty."
Russell T. Olsen '35, writers an article "Mr. Eliot and the Jesuits" in a replay to T. S. Eliot's recent article in the Advocate.
The new Board, however, will drop the matter of the sex questionnaire.
This issue will be reviewed in the CRIMSON tomorrow by a member of the English department.